Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Here we go again!!

So Rapid Share killed my account for all the usual reasons. I just found out today that they had done this, but I'm not sure when they actually killed it. I hadn't logged on to my account for a while and then when I tried I couldn't. So, I emailed them and several days later they tell me that they shut my account down, but couldn't give me much information.

You would think I'd be mad, but I'm not. I haven't been happy with their service for a while now, it seems like I've had a lot of bad links even before I got shut down, and they are raising the price in July and I was planning on leaving them anyways. I guess they broke up with me before I could break up with them, Oh well.

The only think that sucks is I'm out some money as I still had about two months left on my contract and all my old Rapid Share links are dead. (This includes my personal stuff, glad I back everything up.) I'm okay with it as I'm planning on cutting down on actually uploading stuff anyways so, it really works out okay and I already was using another service. I guess it balances out okay in the end, for the most part anyways

Stay tuned, this blog isn't dead yet, but 99.9% of the links are.


Brian Guy

Sunday, May 18, 2014

The Cowlitz County Boys - St. Helens (Queen of Three) 7"

I know nothing about The Cowlitz County Boys, I can't even find anything on line about this 45. If you know anything about this band let me know.

This is being posted on the anniversary of the eruption of Mt. St. Helens, which blew its top on this date back in 1980 at 1545pt.

The mountain had been threatening to blow for a while and then it finally happened, and it was spectacular. I may have only been nine years old, but I knew that this was something spectacular and terrifying all at the same time.

There was mudflows on the Tuttle River which threatened Interstate 5, log jams, ash and total destruction were shown on TV. Parts of Eastern Washington looked like midnight because of all the ash that was spewed in the air.

I dedicate this post to the 57 people who's lives where lost on that faithful day in May of 1980.

Released in 1980 on Renegade Records of Tacoma, WA.



Brian Guy

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Taking a Break

As you probably have noticed it's been a while since I have published anything new. I've been busy with life and work lately and have not really had the time to update things.

I'm also probably going to change my file sharing service too, but I will be back. I have plans for June, hopefully I can have the time to follow up on my plans.

Time will tell.


Brian Guy